Mire invites you dive into the international waters of the effervescent world of analogue film, which is more alive than ever.
It’s as much a summer camp as a summer school and this event brings together almost 50 labs, coming from 5 continents, for a week of exchange and discussions about the state of the art of film.
And as we like sharing, the Bains Argentiques will be open to the public each evening of the week and the weekend.
PASS : If you plan to come to screenings and performances, it could be a good idea to book a PASS Bains Argentiques.
~ ~ ~ Wednesday 6 july ~ ~ ~
POLY VISIONS : MEDITATIONS ON THE UNCERTAINTIES OF LANGUAGE
Projection | Curated by Cristiana Miranda (Br)
19:00 ♦ | Le Cinématographe | 3€ – 5€
12 bis, Rue des Carmélites 44000 Nantes
Images in mosaic bring us the experience of the discontinuity of language, the long leaps that take us to the multiple chasms of being.
Eau vive ~ Conversation with a cinematographer ~ Kristine Gillard, Belgium, 2015, Super8 > DCP, b&w, sound, 08’50
Harbour City ~ Simon Liu, HK/UK/USA, 2015, 2x16mm, color & b&w, sound, 14’18
Jianjian ~ Lichun Tseng, Netherlands, 2016, 3x16mm, color & b&w, sound, 13’19
The Islands ~ Hsieh Hsuan-Kuang, USA, 2016, 16mm > DCP, b&w, sound, 09’50
Xo ~ Brian Ratigan, Non Films, USA, 2015, Super8 > DCP, b&w, silent, 03’30
Contraponto ~ Eta Aquarídea, Brazil, 2016, 2x16mm > DCP, color, sound, 03’00
Vende-se carne humana; sobre aquilo que nos diz respeito ~ Cristiana Miranda, Brazil, 2016, video > DCP, color, sound, 07’07
FILM, CODE & MINGA*
Presentations and Open barbecue
In collaboration with Ping
De 19:00 à 00:00 | Jardin C & Trempolino / La Fabrique | Gratuit / Gratis
62, Bd de la Prairie-au-Duc, 44200 Nantes
The Summerlab of the Association PiNG and the Bains Argentiques of Mire meet. This is an opportunity to see and to hear the participants of these two collaborative events about analogue image making and digital tools.
Presentations, demonstrations, previews and an open Barbecue!
Bring your food for the grill we handle the embers…
*Minga: A South American tradition of collective work with a mixture of conviviality and festivity.
♦ Programs presented by the curator
* Reduced Rate reserved for students, unemployed, Mire members
Evenings and week-end detailed program
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